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A small, round Indian bread made from flour, milk, and butter, typically stuffed with meat or vegetables.
- ‘Soon Roman was broke and could barely afford 14 kulchas a day.’
- ‘We found a guy selling cold kulchas along with colder chole out of one pot.’
- ‘You can have these kebabs alone or eat them with rotis, four varieties each of naan, paratha, and kulcha.’
- ‘Breads in all its variety, including Indian breads, as rotis, naans, and kulchas are called now, make a meal complete.’
- ‘The list includes whole-wheat rotis, kulchas, garlic naan and stuffed parathas.’
From Persian kulīca.
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